Human Resource Management (9th edition or the newer publication), Gary Dessler, Prentice Hall
25.09.2019 - 12.12.2019
10.06.2019 - 01.09.2019
30 - 40
Päivi Mayor, Shaidul Kazi
Contact the teachers Dr. Päivi Mayor or Dr. Shaidul Kazi for more information.
Bachelor's Degree Programme in International Business
TAMK Main Campus
Contact to the course teacher
The course project wil be done in pairs or in small groups and it will be based on an interview with a human resource manager of a company.
There is no test but project, presentation and individual task.
- Contact meeting 10 (10x3): 30 hours
- Project: 30 hours
- Individual task: 30 hours
- Reading: 40 hours
The student can recognise basic concepts of employee staffing, training, development, motivation and maintenance. He/she has a basic understanding of the long-term HR needs for a company and can participate in developing a company-wide HR policy. He/she can work in a group and take responsibility for his/her own work. The student can give and receive feedback but considers and assesses things from his/her own viewpoints. The student has the skills to be part of the group dealing with the labour union.
The student can explain the good practices of employee staffing, training, development, motivation and maintenance. He/she can explain diverse alternatives for the various HR activities and in addition, can be part of creating a new HR policy for a firm. He/she can help to select good actions for solving HR related problems. The student understands future applications of technology to HR management. He/she can cooperate responsibly and is ready to develop his/her interaction skills further. The student can help to deal with the labour union.
The student understands the good practices of and the relationships between employee staffing, training, development, motivation and maintenance. The student is able to assist in defining the long-term HR needs for a company. He/she can assess diverse alternatives for the various HR activities, can help to create a new HR policy for a firm and solve HR related problems. The student understands future applications of technology to HR management. He/she can cooperate responsibly, constructively and flexibly with a diverse group of colleagues in solving practical problems. In case of need, the student can deal with the labour union.